Agent Persona Instrument


References:

  • Visual Information Effects and Conversational Agents: Less is More (2019)
  • The influence of learners’ perceptions of virtual humans on learning transfer (2018)

See also:

Persona Management SoftwareVirtual Humans 2018


The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona
A Baylor, J Ryu – EdMedia+ Innovate Learning, 2003 – learntechlib.org
This paper describes the development and validation of an instrument for measuring pedagogical agent persona as perceived by the learner. After collating items used to assess agent persona from other empirical studies, a factor analysis was conducted with two …

The psychometric structure of pedagogical agent persona
J Ryu, AL Baylor – Technology Instruction Cognition and Learning, 2005 – researchgate.net
… After identifying the constructs of the Agent Persona Instrument (API) through factor analysis, we will describe how the constructs were validated and adjusted after implementing the instrument to two additional groups of students. METHODS …

The effects of pedagogical agent voice and animation on learning, motivation and perceived persona
A Baylor, J Ryu, E Shen – EdMedia+ Innovate Learning, 2003 – learntechlib.org
… Perceived agent persona Three sub-scales from the API (Agent Persona Instrument) were used, to assess the agent in terms of how much it was credible, engaging, and human-like … The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for Assessing Pedagogical Agent Persona …

Which pedagogical agent do learners choose? The effects of gender and ethnicity
A Baylor, E Shen, X Huang – E-Learn: World Conference on E …, 2003 – learntechlib.org
… Perceived Agent Persona Four sub-scales from the API (Agent Persona Instrument) (Baylor, 2003b) were used to assess the perceived agent persona in terms of how much it was Facilitating Learning, Credible, Engaging, and Human-like …

The role of gender and ethnicity in pedagogical agent perception
A Baylor, Y Kim – E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in …, 2003 – learntechlib.org
… learning. Agent persona was measured by Agent Persona Instrument (Baylor & Ryu, 2003), which includes 4 sub-measures: Facilitating learning (10 items), Credible (5 items), Human-like (5 items), and Engaging (5 items). Agent …

The impact of three pedagogical agent roles
AL Baylor – Proceedings of the second international joint …, 2003 – dl.acm.org
… ED- MEDIA, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2003. [9] AL Baylor and J. Ryu, “The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for Assessing Pedagogical Agent Persona,” presented at ED-MEDIA, Hawaii, 2003. [10] AL Baylor, “Expanding preservice …

Measuring pedagogical agent persona and the influence of agent persona on learning
NL Schroeder, WL Romine, SD Craig – Computers & Education, 2017 – Elsevier
… Highlights. • The four factor structure of the Agent Persona Instrument is re-examined. • … 3. How do learners’ perceptions as measured by the API influence learning outcomes? 2. Literature review. 2.1. The Agent Persona Instrument …

Supporting learners with math anxiety: The impact of pedagogical agent emotional and motivational support
AL Baylor, E Shen, D Warren, S Park – Workshop on” Social and …, 2004 – amybaylor.com
… Perceived agent persona. The Agent Persona Instrument (API) (Baylor & Ryu, 2003) was used to assess perceived agent persona. The API assesses factors regarding the extent to which the agent was perceived as credible, engaging, human-like, and facilitating of learning …

The effect of image realism and learner’s expertise on persona effect of pedagogical agent
JH Ryu – Korean Journal of the Science of Emotion and …, 2012 – koreascience.or.kr
… low prior knowledge group). The dependant variables were comprehension test and the agent persona instrument (API) … low prior knowledge group). The dependant variables were comprehension test and the agent persona instrument (API) …

Reliability and factor structure of the attitude toward tutoring agent scale (ATTAS)
AB Adcock, RN Van Eck – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2005 – learntechlib.org
Page 1. Reliability and Factor Structure of the Attitude Toward Tutoring Agent Scale (ATTAS) AMY B. ADCOCK Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA USA Aadcock@odu.edu RICHARD N. VAN ECK University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND USA richard.vaneck@und.edu …

Pedagogical agent design: The impact of agent realism, gender, ethnicity, and instructional role
AL Baylor, Y Kim – International conference on intelligent tutoring systems, 2004 – Springer
… International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education. Baylor, AL,&Ryu, J. (2003a). The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogi- cal agent persona. Paper presented at the International Conference of Ed-Media, Honolulu, Hawaii. Baylor, AL,&Ryu, J. (2003b) …

The appearance effect: Influences of virtual agent features on performance and motivation
Y Shiban, I Schelhorn, V Jobst, A Hörnlein… – Computers in Human …, 2015 – Elsevier
… and probability theory. As a highly reliable rating instrument for the agents (Cronbach’s ? = 0.96, in our sample Cronbach’s ? = .94), we translated the Agent Persona Instrument into German (API, Ryu & Baylor, 2005). The API …

The effects of pedagogical agents realism on persona effect and cognitive load factors in cross-use of printed resources and mobile device
JH Ryu, JH Yu – The Journal of Korean Association of Computer …, 2012 – koreascience.or.kr
… There was a significant interaction effect on the engaging of agent persona instrument. When the learners were under the condition of line-drawing agent without gesture, they showed the highest score on engaging of the agent persona instrument …

How does a contextually-relevant peer pedagogical agent in a learner-attenuated system-paced learning environment affect cognitive and affective outcomes?
NL Schroeder, OO Adesope – Journal of Teaching and …, 2013 – scholarworks.iu.edu
… Since the publication of Baylor and Ryu’s (2003) work, they have developed the Agent Persona Instrument (Ryu & Baylor, 2005) … Affective outcome scores were measured through the Agent Persona Instrument (Ryu & Baylor, 2005) …

The impact of frustration-mitigating messages delivered by an interface agent
ALBDW Sanghoon, PES Roberto – Artificial intelligence in …, 2005 – books.google.com
… Agent competency and agent believability measures were adopted from API (Agent Persona Instrument) developed by Ryu and Baylor [13]. Three to five items were used to measure each dependent variable and each employed 5-item Likert scales …

Impacts of pedagogical agent gender in an accessible learning environment
NL Schroeder, OO Adesope – Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 2015 – JSTOR
… lesson plan. The grading for this question was identical to that of the free recall question. To measure the participants’ perceptions of the agent, they completed the Agent Persona Instrument (Ryu & Baylor, 2005). The instrument …

Pedagogical agents as learning companions: The effects of agent affect and gender on learning, interest, self-efficacy, and agent persona
Y Kim – … dissertation, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, 2004 – fsu.digital.flvc.org
Page 1. Florida State University Libraries Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations The Graduate School 2004 Pedagogical Agents as Learning Companions: The Effects of Agent Affect and Gender on Learning, Interest, Self- Efficacy, and Agent Persona Yanghee Kim …

Modelling the requirements of an animated pedagogical agent for a web-based learning environment through input-process-output relationships
SS Salim, N Marzuki, Z Kasirun – 2007 – telearn.archives-ouvertes.fr
… 249 – 270, 2002. [3] Baylor, AL; Ryu, J.: The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecomunications, pp. 448 – 451, Chesapeake, VA: AACE, 2003 …

Pedagogical agents as learning companions: the effects of agent affect and gender on student learning, interest, self-efficacy, and agent persona
Y Kim – 2004 – diginole.lib.fsu.edu
Page 1. Florida State University Libraries Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations The Graduate School 2004 Pedagogical Agents as Learning Companions: The Effects of Agent Affect and Gender on Learning, Interest, Self- Efficacy, and Agent Persona Yanghee Kim …

MathGirls: Toward Developing Girls’ Positive Attitude and Self-Efficacy through Pedagogical Agents.
Y Kim, Q Wei, B Xu, Y Ko, V Ilieva – FRONTIERS IN ARTIFICIAL …, 2007 – books.google.com
… 79 in the posttest. For analysis, the mean scores of the items were calculated. Agent Affability: A questionnaire of nine items was developed, derived from the Agent Persona Instrument [21]. The items were scaled from 1 (Strongly disagree) to 7 (Strongly agree) …

Pedagogical agent design: The impact of agent gender, ethnicity, and instructional role
AL Baylor, Y Kim – 2004 – Citeseer
… learning. Agent persona was measured by Agent Persona Instrument (Baylor & Ryu, 2003a), which includes 4 sub-measures: Facilitating learning (10 items), Credible (5 items), Human-like (5 items), and Engaging (5 items) …

Effects of pedagogical agent gestures on social acceptance and learning: Virtual real relationships in an elementary foreign language classroom
R Davis, P Antonenko – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017 – learntechlib.org
… The Korean Agent Persona Instrument (KAPI, Ryu, 2012) was used to collect data on the social acceptance of the APAs. The KAPI is an adapta- tion of the Agent Persona Instrument (API; Ryu & Baylor, 2005) written in Korean for students …

Virtual Agent Assistance for Maintenance Tasks in IPS²–First Results of a Study
U Schmuntzsch, C Sturm, R Reichmuth… – … in Ergonomics in …, 2012 – books.google.com
… perception of Anastasia are presented. For this we selected the SAP semantic differential scale (Laugwitz, Schrepp & Held, 2006) and the Agent Persona Instrument (API) by Ryu and Baylor (2005). 4.2. 2. Technical equipment and …

Digital Educational Games: Adopting Pedagogical Agent to Infer Leaner’s Motivation and Emotional State
OO Tumenayu, O Shabalina – European Conference on …, 2013 – search.proquest.com
… 18, pp 159-174. Baylor, AL, & Ryu, J. (2003). The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona. Paper presented at the International Conference of Ed-Media, Honolulu, Hawaii. Bower, GH (1992 …

Conversational Agents as Historical Figures: Persona Effects in the Absence of Visual Information
B Heller – EdMedia+ Innovate Learning, 2016 – learntechlib.org
… The final question consisted of a yes/no response. The first four questions were categorized using Ryu & Baylor (2005) Agent Persona Instrument which consisted of four factors: Facilitating Learning, Credible, Human-like, & Engaging …

Sometimes more is better: Agent gestures, procedural knowledge and the foreign language learner
RO Davis, J Vincent – British Journal of Educational …, 2019 – Wiley Online Library
… Agent persona evaluation Agent persona was evaluated through the Korean Agent Persona Instrument (KAPI; Ryu, 2012), which contains 20 questions distributed evenly across the evaluation subscales of facili- tation (? = 0.85), credibility (? = 0.79), human-like (? = 0.81) and …

Simulated environments with animated agents: effects on visual attention, emotion, performance, and perception
E Romero?Hall, GS Watson, A Adcock… – Journal of Computer …, 2016 – Wiley Online Library
… participants. Lastly, the results of the agent persona instrument showed that experienced and novice participants perceived the animated agents as facilitators of learning, credible, human?like and engaging. Introduction. Increased …

Performance, perception, and choice of animated pedagogical agent
K Kirk – 2008 – digitalscholarship.unlv.edu
… 52 CHAPTER 3 METHODOLOGY…..55 Web-based Learning System…..58 Agent Persona Instrument …

Designing nonverbal communication for pedagogical agents: When less is more
AL Baylor, S Kim – Computers in Human Behavior, 2009 – Elsevier
… Perceptions with respect to agent persona were assessed by the validated Agent Persona Instrument (API) (Ryu & Baylor, 2005), which includes four sub-measures assessing the extent to which the agent was perceived as: Facilitating learning (10 items), Credible (5 items …

Design and evaluation of a virtual sign animated pedagogical agent
B Saksiri, JS Greenstein… – Proceedings of the 10th …, 2007 – actapress.com
… learnability. The students are given a survey based on the Agent Persona Instrument (API) [2] that assesses factors regarding the extent to which the agent is perceived as credible, engaging, human-like, and facilitating of learning …

Simulating instructional roles through pedagogical agents
AL Baylor, Y Kim – … Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 2005 – content.iospress.com
… Participants rated how motivational and expert-like the agent was in three areas: 1) animation, 2) affect, and 3) overall, each consisting of several items on a Likert scale ranging from 1 to 5. Agent persona was assessed using the API (Agent Persona Instrument), which includes …

Methodological considerations for long-term experience with robots and agents
T Ganster, SC Eimler, AM Von Der Pütten, L Hoffmann… – 2010 – researchgate.net
… Inter- national Journal of Social Robotics, 1(1), pp. 71- 81, 2009. [Baylor and Ryu, 2003] AL Baylor and J. Ryu. The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for Assessing Pe- dagogical Agent Persona. Honolulu, Hawaii: ED- Media, 2003. [Bickmore, 2003] TW Bickmore …

An embodiment effect in computer-based learning with animated pedagogical agents.
RE Mayer, CS DaPra – Journal of Experimental Psychology …, 2012 – psycnet.apa.org
How do social cues such as gesturing, facial expression, eye gaze, and human-like movement affect multimedia learning with onscreen agents? To help address this question, students were asked to twice view a 4-min narrated presentation on how solar cells work in which the screen …

Robots in the classroom: what teachers think about teaching and learning with education robots
N Reich-Stiebert, F Eyssel – International Conference on Social Robotics, 2016 – Springer
… derived from classic scales like the Negative Attitudes toward Robots Scale [NARS; 13], the Robot Anxiety Scale [RAS; 15], and the Perceived Usefulness Scale [PUS; 2] that evaluates user acceptance of technical devices, and finally, the Agent Persona Instrument [API; 16 …

Social Facilitation Effects by Pedagogical Conversational Agent: Lexical Network Analysis in an Online Explanation Task.
Y Hayashi – International Educational Data Mining Society, 2015 – ERIC
… pedagogical agents. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 15, 1 (2005), 95-115. [2] Baylor, AL and Ryu, J. The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for Assessing Pedagogical Agent Persona. In Proc. World Conference …

Virtual agents as a support for feedback-based learning
A Momen, MM Sebrechts… – Proceedings of the …, 2016 – journals.sagepub.com
… use of video games and interactive learning systems. Presence was assessed using the Presence Scale (Bente, Ruggenberg & Kramer, 2004) and Agent Persona Instrument. Motivation was assessed using the Activity Feeling …

Development and validation of the conversational agents scale (CAS).
I Wechsung, B Weiss, C Kühnel, P Ehrenbrink… – …, 2013 – isca-speech.org
… Moreover, without a proper validation, it is uncertain if a questionnaire actually measures the constructs, which were intended to measure [4]. Two relatively well-known and psychometrically tested questionnaires are the Agent Persona Instrument (API) [5] and the Attitude …

Visual Information Effects and Conversational Agents: Less is More
B Heller, M Procter – E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in …, 2019 – learntechlib.org
… their perceptions of the experience. The questionnaire included the Agent Persona Instrument, a psychometrically validated tool for assessing the persona of a pedagogical agent (Ryu & Baylor, 2005). Although ratings of the …

The effect of contextual pedagogical advisement and competition on middle-school students’ attitude toward mathematics using a computer-based simulation game
R Van Eck – Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science …, 2006 – learntechlib.org
Page 1. Jl. of Computers in Math Comput ematics and Science Teaching emat (2006) 25(2), 165-195 The Effect of Contextual Pedagogical Advisement and Competition on Middle-School Students’ Attitude Toward Mathematics …

Learning through argumentation with cognitive virtual companions
X Tao, YL Theng, N Yelland, Z Shen… – EdMedia+ Innovate …, 2009 – learntechlib.org
… The questions were derived from the agent persona instrument (Baylor & Ryu, 2003), and six items were selected: Peedy led me to think more, Peedy improved my knowledge, Peedy was interesting, Peedy was knowledgeable, Peedy was intelligent, Peedy was useful …

Designing Pedagogical Agents for Serious Games
S Heidig, F Kapp, S Narciss – researchgate.net
… phase. Then, they answered the Agent Persona Instrument (API, Ryu & Baylor, 2005) and a participant questionnaire … participants. The scores on the Agent Persona Instrument did not differ among the four pedagogical agent groups …

Text-to-Speech Software and Learning: Investigating the Relevancy of the Voice Effect
SD Craig, NL Schroeder – Journal of Educational Computing …, 2019 – journals.sagepub.com
Technology advances quickly in today’s society. This is particularly true in regard to instructional multimedia. One increasingly important aspect of instructio…

The impact of frustration-mitigating messages delivered by an interface agent
L Amy – Citeseer
… Agent competency and agent believability measures were adopted from API (Agent Persona Instrument) developed by Ryu and Baylor [13]. Three to five items were used to measure each dependent variable and each employed 5-item Likert scales …

An English Dialogue Companion System for Supporting Conversation Practice
YT Huang, YL Lin, JC Yang, YC Wu – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… The English achievement adopted oral tests designed according to learning material. The using experience adopted ARCS motivation scale [13] and Agent Persona Instrument scale [14] in order to figure out the system design …

Pedagogical agents as learning companions: the impact of agent emotion and gender
Y Kim, AL Baylor, E Shen – Journal of Computer Assisted …, 2007 – Wiley Online Library
… Dependent variables. Social judgements. Social judgements referred to learners’ judgements of PAL instructional functionality and persona as measured by a questionnaire modified from Agent Persona Instrument (Baylor & Ryu 2003) …

Humanizing instructional videos in physics: when less is more
NL Schroeder, AL Traxler – Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2017 – Springer
… different scenarios. Agent Persona Instrument. The Agent Persona Instrument (API, Ryu and Baylor 2005) was designed to measure learners’ perceptions of pedagogical agents in multimedia learning environments. The instrument …

The effect of pacing on learners’ perceptions of pedagogical agents
NL Schroeder, SD Craig – Journal of Educational Computing …, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
This study examined the influence of three levels of learner control on learners’ perceptions when learning with a pedagogical agent. Pedagogical agents have sh…

Teachable agents with intrinsic motivation
A Borjigin, C Miao, SF Lim, S Li, Z Shen – International Conference on …, 2015 – Springer
… VS system automatically collected the number of tasks completed by each student and the time student spent in each scene. At the end of the study, the communication effectiveness of IMTA was measured by a questionnaire derived from the Agent Persona Instrument (API) …

Does a Pedagogical Agent’s Gender Impact Learner’s Perceptive Responses in a Learner-Attenuated System-Paced Learning Environment?
N Schroeder, O Adesope – E-Learn: World Conference on E …, 2013 – learntechlib.org
… The participants were provided with 600 seconds of instructional time to allow them to pause, fast-forward, or rewind the video as necessary. E-Learn 2013 -2094- Page 3. Perceptive outcome scores were measured using Ryu and Baylor’s (2005) Agent Persona Instrument …

Accessibility Implications for Multimedia
D Gardner, D French – E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in …, 2002 – learntechlib.org

Learning Computer with Virtual Sign Animated Pedagogical Agents
B Saksiri – Citeseer
… 3 Page 4. unfavorably to very favorably disposed to the use of VSAPA). In addition they were tested whether VSAPA were perceived as facilitating of learning, human-like, credible and engaging by using the Agent Persona Instrument (API) (Baylor & Ryu 2003) …

Interface agents to alleviate online frustration
AL Baylor, RB Rosenberg-Kima – … of the 7th international conference on …, 2006 – dl.acm.org
… Agent competency and agent believability measures were adopted from the API (Agent Persona Instrument) developed by Ryu and Baylor (2005). Three to five items were used to measure each dependent variable and each employed 5-item Likert scales …

Teachable Agents with Intrinsic Motivation
CM Ailiya, SF Lim, S Li, Z Shen – ntulily.org
… VS system automatically collected the number of tasks completed by each student and the time student spent in each scene. At the end of the study, the communication effectiveness of IMTA was measured by a questionnaire derived from the Agent Persona Instrument (API) …

The influence of learners’ perceptions of virtual humans on learning transfer
NL Schroeder, F Yang, T Banerjee, WL Romine… – Computers & …, 2018 – Elsevier
… Highlights. • The revised Agent Persona Instrument fit well with the four-factor structure. • K-means … 2012). The coders then each independently coded approximately half of the total responses. 3.3.2. Agent Persona Instrument. The …

Exploring Pedagogical Agent Use within Learner-attenuated System-paced Learning Environments
N Schroeder – 2013 – research.wsulibs.wsu.edu
Page 1. EXPLORING PEDAGOGICAL AGENT USE WITHIN LEARNER-ATTENUATED SYSTEM-PACED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS By NOAH LEE SCHROEDER A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy …

Non-native speakers and the oversimplification of the voice principle
RO Davis, J Vincent, TJ Park – Computers & Education, 2019 – Elsevier
… Later voice comparison studies measured agent persona according to the agent persona instrument (API, Baylor & Ryu, 2003), or the translated Korean agent persona instrument (KAPI, Ryu, 2012) … (5.64), (5.64), (7.24). 4.1. Korean agent persona instrument …

Modeling Curiosity in Virtual Companions to Improve Human Learners’ Learning Experience
Q Wu, C Miao, C Leung – 2015 IEEE/WIC/ACM International …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 0.0016 2) Agent Persona: Agent persona was assessed with the Agent Persona Instrument (API) [4]. According to API, agent persona includes four sub-measures: facilitating learn- ing, credible, human like, and engaging. Hence …

Determining the effectiveness of pedagogical learning agents in a self-management health program for older adults living with COPD.
D Feledichuk – E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in …, 2013 – learntechlib.org
… learner and be congruent to the content to foster knowledge building. The Agent Persona Instrument (Baylor & Ryu, 2003) will be used to validate the agent design. This instrument considers four key factors of agent design, its …

A preliminary investigation of the influences of refutation text and instructional design
NL Schroeder – Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 2016 – Springer
… The perception measures on the post-test consisted of the conception measure and a slightly modified version of the Agent Persona Instrument (API, Ryu and Baylor 2005). The internal consistency reliability of the conception measure on the post-test was found to be ? = .75 …

The Multimodal Nature of Embodied Conversational Agents
N Benesh, P Jeauniaux… – … of the Annual …, 2009 – cloudfront.escholarship.org
… In between maps, the eye tracker was recalibrated to ensure precision. After completing each map, participants filled out a questionnaire based upon Ryu and Baylor’s (2005) Agent Persona Instrument to evaluate the ECA in the relevant condition …

The role of negative emotions and emotion regulation on self-regulated learning with MetaTutor
MJ Price, NV Mudrick, M Taub, R Azevedo – International conference on …, 2018 – Springer
… J. Educ. Psychol. 98, 583 (2006)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 12. Baylor, A., Ryu, J.: The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona. In: EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, pp. 448–451 …

Do We Differ in Our Dispositional Tendency to Perceive Virtual Agents as Animate Beings?
B Liebold, D Pietschmann, P Ohler – International Conference on Human …, 2015 – Springer
… Rammstedt, B., John, OP: Kurzversion des big five inventory (BFI-K). Diagnostica 51, 195–206 (2005)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 25. Baylor, A., Ryu, J.: The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona …

Interactive Multimedia Module with Pedagogical Agents: Formative Evaluation.
TT Lee, K Osman – International Education Studies, 2012 – ERIC
… The components and number of items in the module evaluation questionnaire for both student and expert versions are summarized in Table 3. The items for PAs’ evaluation components were created according to the agents’ characteristics in Agent Persona Instrument (API) by …

Effects of agent emotional support and cognitive motivational messages on math anxiety, learning, and motivation
E Shen – 2009 – diginole.lib.fsu.edu
Page 1. Florida State University Libraries Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations The Graduate School 2009 The Effects of Agent Emotional Support and Cognitive Motivational Messages on Math Anxiety, Learning, and Motivation E Shen …

Togetherness: Multiple pedagogical conversational agents as companions in collaborative learning
Y Hayashi – International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring …, 2014 – Springer
… Page 10. Togetherness: Multiple Pedagogical Conversational Agents 123 6. Baylor, AL, Ryu, J.: The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for Assessing Pedagogical Agent Persona. In: Lassner, D., McNaught, C. (eds.) Proc. World …

The Effect of Story Narrative in Multimedia Learning
M Wu – 2018 – repository.asu.edu
… 21 Agent Persona Instrument (API) …. 23 … 25 4. Means Scores (and SDs) on Four Dimensions of the Agent Persona Instrument under two Conditions…………… 27 Page 9. viii …

Understanding the effects of a teacher video on learning from a multimedia document: an eye-tracking study
T Colliot, E Jamet – Educational Technology Research and Development, 2018 – Springer
… We also measured students’ evaluation of the teacher’s motivational skills, based on the engaging factor of the Agent Persona Instrument (API; Baylor and Ryu 2003) and the student interest/attention factor of the Attitude Toward Tutoring Agent Scale (ATTAS; Adcock and Van …

Toward Creating Computer-Based Math Learning Favoring High-School Females
Y Kim – Women in Engineering ProActive Network, 2011 – journals.psu.edu
… A questionnaire of nine items was developed, derived from the Agent Persona Instrument (Baylor & Ryu, 2003). The items were scaled from 1 (Strongly … Baylor, AL, & Ryu, J. (2003). The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona …

How we trust, perceive, and learn from virtual humans: The influence of voice quality
EK Chiou, NL Schroeder, SD Craig – Computers & Education, 2019 – Elsevier
… critical importance. 1.1.2. The voice effect and perceptions of virtual humans. Researchers frequently use the Agent Persona Instrument (Ryu & Baylor, 2005) to measure learners’ perceptions of a virtual human. Specifically, the …

Evaluating embodied conversational agents in multimodal interfaces
B Weiss, I Wechsung, C Kühnel, S Möller – Computational Cognitive …, 2015 – Springer
… Notable exceptions are the Agent Persona Instrument (API) (Baylor and Ryu 2003) and the Attitude Towards Tutoring Agent Scale (ATTAS) (Adcock and Eck 2005). Both are relatively well-known and psychometrically tested questionnaires …

An Investigation of the Role of Goal Setting During Vicarious Learning of Physics
J Twyford – 2014 – repository.asu.edu
… 17 Performance Goal Orientation ….. 17 Agent Persona Instrument ….. 18 … 25 Agent Persona Instrument ….. 25 4 DISCUSSION …

An Instructionally-Sound Design Framework for Health Behavior Change
S Ebbers – E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in …, 2003 – learntechlib.org
… Paper presented at the Autonomous Agents & Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS), Melbourne, Australia. Baylor, AL, & Ryu, J. (2003a). The API (agent persona instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona. (Honolulu, Hawaii ed.). ED-MEDIA. Baylor, AL, & Ryu, J. (2003b) …

Designing Pedagogical Agents to Evoke Emotional States in Online Tutoring Investigating the Influence of Animated Characters
Y Hayashi, DM Marutschke – International Conference on Learning and …, 2015 – Springer
… 25870910. References. 1. Baylor, AL, Kim, Y.: Simulating instructional roles through pedagogical agents. Int. J. Artif. Intell. Educ. 15(1), 95–115 (2005)Google Scholar. 2. Baylor, AL, Ryu, J.: The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona …

Animated pedagogical agents as Spanish language instructors: Effect of accent, appearance, and type of activity on student performance, motivation, and …
RGP Galluccio – 2008 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION ANIMATED PEDAGOGICAL AGENTS AS SPANISH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTORS: EFFECT OF ACCENT, APPEARANCE, AND TYPE OF ACTIVITY ON STUDENT …

Digital Educational Games
OO Tumenayu, O Shabalina – academia.edu
… 18, pp 159-174. Baylor, AL, & Ryu, J. (2003). The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for assessing pedagogical agent persona. Paper presented at the International Conference of Ed-Media, Honolulu, Hawaii. Bower, GH (1992 …

A Framework Covering the Influence of ffm/neo pi-r Traits over the Dialogical Process of Rational Agents
JP Sansonnet, F Bouchet – International Conference on Agents and …, 2013 – Springer
In this article we address coverage and comprehensiveness issues raised by the integration of a large class of psychological phenomena into rational dialogical agents. These two issues are handled…

Reducing Anxiety Level in Mathematics Learning Using Pedagogical Agent
YW Lin – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. Siti Hasmah Digital Library REDUCING ANXIETY LEVEL IN MATHEMATICS LEARNING USING PEDAGOGICAL AGENT YEO WERN LIN MASTER OF SCIENCE (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) MULTIMEDIA UNIVERSITY APRIL 2016 Page 2 …

Avatars with sex appeal as pedagogical agents: Attractiveness, trustworthiness, expertise, and gender differences
CC Wang, WJ Yeh – Journal of Educational Computing …, 2013 – journals.sagepub.com
Page 1. AVATARS WITH SEX APPEAL AS PEDAGOGICAL AGENTS: ATTRACTIVENESS, TRUSTWORTHINESS, EXPERTISE, AND GENDER DIFFERENCES CHIH-CHIEN WANG WEI-JYH YEH National Taipei University ABSTRACT …

Designing Effective Pedagogical Agents Model
M Ahmadmokhberi, K Aliabadi – JOURNAL OF ACADEMIC …, 2014 – researchgate.net
… com. 8. Baylor AL, Ryu J. 2003. The API (Agent Persona Instrument) for Assessing Pedagogical Agent Persona [Electronic version]. In D. Lassner and C. McNaught (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (pp …

Using conversational agents to explain medication instructions to older adults
RFL Azevedo, D Morrow, J Graumlich… – AMIA Annual …, 2018 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… Participants also rated each CA’s teaching effectiveness and expressiveness (eg, agent was knowledgeable/was expressive) (5 pt. scale, Agent Persona Instrument, API Measure 36 ), as well as perceived similarity to the agent (7 pt. scale 37 ) …

Explicit feedback within game-based training: examining the influence of source modality effects on interaction
B Goldberg – 2013 – stars.library.ucf.edu
… Condtions .. 133 Table 11. Agent Persona Instrument (API) Descriptive Statistics Across Conditions ….. 138 Table 12. Agent Persona Instrument (API) Descriptive Statistics Across EPA Profile Groups 139 Table 13. Agent …

Reimagining the Chalk Talk: Animated Handwriting as a Social Cue to Improve Motivation in Multimedia Video Lessons
HC Kaplowitz – 2018 – digitalcommons.odu.edu
Page 1. Old Dominion University ODU Digital Commons STEMPS Theses & Dissertations STEM Education & Professional Studies Spring 2018 Reimagining the Chalk Talk: Animated Handwriting as a Social Cue to Improve Motivation in Multimedia Video Lessons …

Can a static, photorealistic learning agent or companion improve learner satisfaction and/or achievement in an online course?
CW Fleming – 2005 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. CAN A STATIC, PHOTOREALISTIC LEARNING AGENT OR COMPANION IMPROVE LEARNER SATISFACTION AND/OR ACHIEVEMENT IN AN ONLINE COURSE? by Christine Wehrwein Fleming A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment …

Automatic Deictic Gestures for Animated Pedagogical Agents
SRK Kappagantula, N Adamo-Villani… – IEEE Transactions …, 2019 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Researchers also studied the extent to which agent persona affects students learning using path analysis. Findings showed that perceptions measured by the Agent Persona Instrument (API) had no significant effect on learning [36] …

Training Effects of Adaptive Emotive Responses from Animated Agents in Simulated Environments
EJ Romero-Hall – 2013 – academia.edu
… 101 Simulation Performance Score ….. 104 Agent Persona Instrument ….. 105 … 169 APPENDIX H. Agent Persona Instrument ….. 174 …

An investigation of affective embodied agents in an information literacy game
Y Guo – 2017 – 155.69.24.67
Page 1. AN INVESTIGATION OF AFFECTIVE EMBODIED AGENTS IN AN INFORMATION LITERACY GAME GUO YANRU WEE KIM WEE SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION 2017 AN INVE S T IGAT ION OF A F F E C T IVE E M B ODIE D AG E NT S IN …

Usability evaluation of spoken humanoid embodied conversational agents in mobile serious games
D Korre – 2019 – era.ed.ac.uk
… 120 Table 6 The API (Agent Persona Instrument). … 122 … 198 Table 24 The API (Agent Persona Instrument) attributes (Baylor and Ryu, 2003). … 198 …

Animated Pedagogical Agent’s Roles and English Learners’ Prior Knowledge: The Influence on Cognitive Load, Motivation, and Vocabulary Acquisition
FY Flemban – 2018 – scholarcommons.usf.edu
Page 1. University of South Florida Scholar Commons Graduate Theses and Dissertations Graduate School April 2018 Animated Pedagogical Agent’s Roles and English Learners’ Prior Knowledge: The Influence on Cognitive Load, Motivation, and Vocabulary Acquisition …

Companions, Virtual Butlers, Assistive Robots: Empirical and Theoretical Insights for Building Long-Term Social Relationships.
D Heylen, B Krenn, S Payr – 2010 – cogprints.org
Page 1. Österreichisches Forschungsinstitut für / Austrian Research Institute for / Artificial Intelligence TR–2010–05 Dirk Heylen, Brigitte Krenn, Sabine Payr Companions, Virtual Butlers, Assistive Robots: Empirical and Theoretical Insights …

How Does Prior Knowledge Influence Eye Fixations and Sequences of Cognitive and Metacognitive SRL Processes during Learning with an Intelligent Tutoring …
M Taub, R Azevedo – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in …, 2019 – Springer
The goal of this study was to use eye-tracking and log-file data to investigate the impact of prior knowledge on college students’ (N = 194, with a subset of n = 30 for eye tracking and sequence…

Nonverbal Communication of Anthropomorphism and its Effect on the Perception of Online Education Platforms
AVE Klein – 2016 – essay.utwente.nl
Page 1. Andrea Klein 12.10.2016 Nonverbal Communication of Anthropomorphism and its Effect on the Perception of Online Education Platforms by Andrea Klein s1581627, aveklein@student. utwente.nl Master Thesis University of Twente Faculty of Social Sciences …

Should AI-Based, conversational digital assistants employ social-or task-oriented interaction style? A task-competency and reciprocity perspective for older adults
V Chattaraman, WS Kwon, JE Gilbert, K Ross – Computers in Human …, 2019 – Elsevier
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Computational curiosity (a book draft)
Q Wu – arXiv preprint arXiv:1502.04780, 2015 – arxiv.org
Page 1. Computational Curiosity (A Book Draft) by Qiong Wu wuqi0005@e.ntu.edu.sg Nanyang Technological University Page 2. 2 Contents Preface 5 Chapter 1 Psychology Underpinnings of Curiosity 10 1.1. Categories of Curiosity 10 1.2. Curiosity-Related Emotions 11 1.3 …

The Creation of STEM Role Models: An Exploratory Study on the Design of Mentoring Characters for a STEM Gaming Website
LL Cherchiglia – 2019 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. THE CREATION OF STEM ROLE MODELS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY ON THE DESIGN OF MENTORING CHARACTERS FOR A STEM GAMING WEBSITE By Leticia Lana Cherchiglia A DISSERTATION Submitted …

Bonding with Robotic Pets. Children’s Cognitions, Emotions and Behaviors towards Pet-Robots. Applications in a Robot Assisted Quality of Life Intervention in a …
M Díaz Boladeras – 2017 – diposit.ub.edu
Page 1. Bonding with Robotic Pets. Children’s Cognitions, Emotions and Behaviors towards Pet-Robots. Applications in a Robot Assisted Quality of Life Intervention in a Pediatric Hospital Marta Díaz Boladeras Aquesta tesi doctoral …

Acceptance and Applicability of Educational Robots. Evaluating Factors Contributing to a Successful Introduction of Social Robots into Education
N Reich-Stiebert – 2019 – pub.uni-bielefeld.de
Page 1. Acceptance and Applicability of Educational Robots — Evaluating Factors Contributing to a Successful Introduction of Social Robots into Education Cumulative Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of Psychology and Sports Sciences …

African American students’ perceptions of a technology-enhanced learning environment: A case study
J Dawan – 2005 – search.proquest.com
African American students’ perceptions of a technology -enhanced learning environment: A case study. Abstract. An initial interest in interface agent characteristics preferred by African American high school students and graduates resulted in this study …

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